2020 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 26 - Notaries Public and Acknowledgements
Chapter 6 - Uniform Electronic Transactions Act
- Section 26-6-10. Short title; purpose.
- Section 26-6-20. Definitions.
- Section 26-6-30. Applicability to electronic records and electronic signatures relating to transaction; exceptions.
- Section 26-6-40. Prospective application of chapter.
- Section 26-6-50. Agreement of parties to conduct transactions by electronic means.
- Section 26-6-60. Construction and application.
- Section 26-6-70. Legality of electronic contracts, records, and signatures.
- Section 26-6-80. Satisfying requirement that information be in writing; complying with manner of transmission and format requirements; exceptions.
- Section 26-6-90. Showing that electronic record or signature is attributable to a person; effect of electronic record or signature.
- Section 26-6-100. Change or error in transmission of electronic record; circumstances under which effect may be avoided; applicability of other law.
- Section 26-6-110. Satisfying requirement that signature or record be notarized.
- Section 26-6-120. Satisfying law requiring a record to be maintained; checks.
- Section 26-6-130. Admissibility as evidence.
- Section 26-6-140. Automated transactions; formation of contract.
- Section 26-6-150. When electronic record sent and received.
- Section 26-6-160. Establishing person as having control of transferable record; rights and defenses; proof of control.
- Section 26-6-170. Creation and retention of electronic records by government agencies.
- Section 26-6-180. Government agencies sending and accepting electronic records and signatures; format.
- Section 26-6-190. Development of standards and procedures; service of process.
- Section 26-6-195. Service of process to e-mail address by government agency.
- Section 26-6-210. Applicability of Computer Crime Act.
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